By Brett Voss
Meridian Tribune After battling through the tough District 14-2A led by seventh- ranked Bosqueville and 15th-ranked Crawford as well as playoff-bound Valley Mills, the Meridian Yellowjackets were having a hard time translating their season-long improvement into wins. In the season finale last week, the hard work finally paid off in a big way as Meridian (3-9 in district, 6-9 overall) pounded Moody, 15- 4, to wrap up 2015 on an upswing. “John Anderson pitched well for us, allowing only two earned runs over five innings,” Meridian baseball first-year head coach Ryan Moreau said. “Offensively, we had 19 hits, three walks, and six stolen bases.